Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Fillmore Auditorium on 2001-02-09
- Live concert
- Phil Lesh and Friends
Mississippi Half-Step >
Smokestack Lightning >
Ramble On Rose,
Cold Rain and Snow Set II:
Help On The Way >
Crazy Fingers >
Not Fade Away
Fire on the Mountain
Morning Dew Encore:
The Wheel >
The Other One* >
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|Mississippi Half-Step >|
|Smokestack Lightning >|
|Ramble On Rose|
|Broken Arrow >|
|Cold Rain and Snow|
|Help On The Way >|
|Crazy Fingers >|
|Not Fade Away|
|Fire On The Mountain|
|Encore Break & Phil Rap|
|The Wheel >|
|The Other One (V1) >|
Taper: Jeff Travitz
Source: Schoeps mk4v > kcy active cables > Schoeps VMS 5 U preamp > SBM-1 @ 48 khz (FOB)
DAT > CD Conversion: Don Becker
Equipment: PCM-M1 > Oade Active Cable > Sek'd Prodif Plus > Samplitude v5.5 (48>44.1) > CDWAV
- 2005-01-25 11:23:08
- Denver, Colorado
- Taped by
- Jeff Travitz
- Transferred by
- DAT > CD Conversion: Don Becker
- Fillmore Auditorium
Subject: I only saw the "Q" once and this was it
Now many rave for this line up as being the best, I will not make that call here in this review, but will say this show has many mighty moments.
The 1/2 Step is really good with the band totally in sync and providing beautfiul harmonies then then proceed to get bluesy and raunchy with a very good Smokestack, WH on vocals, then they seem to be teasing dancin' and them they explode into Shakedown.It is a rcokin version. Then a break, after almost 40 minute staight.
That was impressive.
The Ramble on is right on and not over extended. Followed by my last Broken Arrow, so far, and it is a beautiful version with rich harnonies and then they jam into an all out CR & S. The ending is really good and Phil, as he was for the entire show, is ragin'!
They then open up with a noddle jam that is ok and then they jump into a searing Help on the Way. It is really good. The Slipknot! starts off very strong but they deconstruct the jam and do some differnet things which don't work at first but then do develop into something cool.
The Franlkin's is off the hook and true to form, an outstanding verison.
The Crazy Fingers is excellent with Phil really playing quite passionatly on it. Great vocals by Rob too. The NFA is very fun follwed by a soulful you know what.
The Fire is played at breakneck speed but works quite well, although at the time I was taken a bit back by it.
The Morning Dew was perfect, my first one after Jerry's passing and Phil and the band do it poetic justice.
It is heartfelt version.
Now this encore is easily on of the best I have ever seen.
Coming after the Dew what can you say? Phil and the band were telling us loud and clear.
"Bound to cover just alittle more ground"
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